Qeo. Bliss came out fiom Jackson las evening. W. A. Frencli, of DunderywM In the cit Tbursday. Herbert Llndsloy is home for ¦ shor visit, in Saline. Miss Atwater, of Loekport, N.Y., isvisting at Prof. Payne's. Miss Bessie Elliott is visiting her uncl Mr. Gilbert Hurd, of Pittsiield. Mis. Geo. H. Gray and daughter, o Alpena, are visiting In the city. Mrs. Tuttle expects to go to Cleveland Oliio, on business next Saturday. John Keek left last evening for a te days' trip to Chicago, and the west. John J3enedict, of the Cook, went t Jackson yt'stciüay lUOrDlng. Fact. Mis. H.W. Rokers left yesterday mom ing for the east to sail for Europe on th 31t lnst. Mr. George E. Langdon, of New York state, is visiting nis sister, Mis. King, 01 Jefferson street. James Aston, father of Mis. Joe T. Ja cobs, left for home Monday much im provecí in health. W. D. Pi per, general agent of th Sprinirfield, O., Patrie furuace, stopped ii the city over öuuday. E. N. Dairow, Minneapolis, Minn.,wa in the city last week. He graduated witl '81 in the high school. Mr. Chauncey H. Milten returned Sat urday froni Brooklyn where he went re cently with the remains ot Mrs. Montfor for intennent in Gieenwood cemetery. Mrs. C. H. Ludlow came home f rom he Vlslt to her sister in Port Huron yesterday Baby's illness brought her back soone than she anticipated when leaving here last week. Mrs. Bulterfield, Goshen, Ind., Josepl Hollister, Greenfleld, Mass., James Hol listerof Con., and Charles and Edward Hollister, of Green Oak, Mich., were here last week to atlend the funeral of their mother, Mrs. Anna T. Hollister. C. E. Wright came out frora Detroit Monday in the interest of the Detroit & Cleveland Steam Xavigation Company He Informa us th&t Mr. Soule, at the University, can now furiiish tickets to al points on thcir lines, going north for the sunitner, etc. Rev. Wyllys Hall and family have been busy for several days preparing to move to their new home, Marquette, Mich., for which point they leave to-daj. Dr. Hall's resldence in our city dates since the fall o 1875, we believe, during which time until recently he has occupied the pastornfe of the Episcopal church here. The very best wishes of their many frlends accorapany Mr. Hall and family in their change of residence. The Coübirr office acknowledges a pleasant cali on yesterday from Mr. and Mrs. 8. S. Blitz, of this city, and Mrs. S. M. Simpgoa, of Denver, Colorado. Mrs. Simpson is a sister of Mrs. Blitz and has just finished a few days' visit at their home on Huron street west, expecting to leave for Detroit last evening to stop a short time wilh relatives andfriends in the metropolis. By ihc bye, Mrs. Simpson, a regular correspondent of the Denver Opinión, accepted the courtesies of Secretary Wade and others at the campus this week in a visit to the various departments by way of preparing an article on the University for early publication in the Opinión.